What is a Periodontist?
A Periodontist is a highly skilled dental specialist trained to diagnose and treat diseases that affect the gums and the underlying jawbone. Periodontists routinely perform surgical procedures to manage gum disease, receding gums, and defects in the bone around teeth and dental implants. They also have expertise in the placement of dental implants and bone augmentation procedures.
What specialized training does a Periodontist receive?
A Periodontist must graduate from an accredited dental school before undertaking an additional three years of study within a Periodontology residency training program. The focus of periodontal training is surgical and non-surgical management of periodontal diseases, and the placement of dental implants.
In addition, Dr. Bender completed an extra year of training at Mount Sinai Hospital’s residency program, which gave him invaluable experience in managing patients with complex medical conditions.
What procedures can a Periodontist complete?
A Periodontist can complete a range of procedures in conjuction with Oral Surgeons. Scaling & Root Planing, Dental Implants, Bone Grafting, Crown Lenghening & Wisdom Teeth Removal are some of the procedures offered at Aurora Periodontal Centre. For a complete list of procedures please click here or contact us for more information.
What if I don't speak and/or understsand English?
At Aurora Periodontal Centre we speak a wide range of languages to help serve you better. Below are the languages we can communicate in if you prefered:
- Deutsche (German)
- Italiano (Italian)
- فارسی (Farsi)
- Phillpino (Phillpino)
- Română (Romanian)
- Français (French)
- Swiss (Swiss)